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Friday, January 6, 2012

S.F. Street Fashion: Animal Prints and Sass Lessons

Posted By on Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 10:30 AM

  • Kate Conger

Happy New Year, you pretty city-dwellers! It's time to make a resolution, and, even though it's belated, I finally have mine. It was inspired by a woman I spotted on the street this week (you'll find her photo below). She had to be at least 60 years old, but she was still strutting down Market Street in a great outfit, looking fabulous. I instantly thought, "Wow, I want to be just like her when I get older." But there's no reason for any of us to wait until we go gray to settle into our sense of style and rock it with confidence. So my resolution is to hone my personal style, and from all the looks I spotted on the street this week, it seems I'm not alone. I noticed lots of personal touches from people who took an ordinary silhouette or trend and made it their own. Click through to check them out.

  • Kate Conger

Here she is: my fabulous fashion muse this week. The soft gray color comes to life with the pops of cherry, and I love the long trench coat on her.

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